AWF is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to educating, inspiring, and assisting individuals and organizations to value, conserve, enhance, manage, and protect wildlife and wildlife habitat.


The AWF is an all-volunteer, statewide association of people interested in the present and future well-being of Arizonaís wildlife, wildlife habitat and natural systems.


These conservationists believe our wildlife heritage should not be jeopardized by any activity that fails to ensure its long-term health and sustainability.


Here's the latest from AZGFD on the Mexican Wolf reintroduction program

Annual Arizona Wildlife Trophies Book

The Arizona Wildlife Federation has been publishing the Arizona Wildlife Trophies book every 5 years since 1970 to recognize and honor the remarkable Big Game wildlife of Arizona. The upcoming 2015 book is due to arrive at the end of this year. If you would like to preorder this book, please call Kimberlee at 480-644-0077. For more information on the annual competition visit

Congratulations to all of the successful Big Game hunters!

For all entries received for the 2014 annual completion click  Arizona Wildlife Trophy Awards 2015

Register for the 2016 Deluxe BOW

BOW January 2016 Registration Packet

Want to know more about BOW? A Utube video produced by Mike Rolfe featuring the Becoming an Outdoors Woman sponsored by the Arizona Wildlife Federation can be found at

Please share this with all of your friends! 

BOW is on Facebook  Arizona Becoming an Outdoors Woman

Sandra Nagiller BOW Scholarship Fund


A Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) scholarship fund has been set up in memory of our past board member Sandra Nagiller. Sandra was a wonderful woman and she was the essence of a true outdoor woman so it is only fitting that we carry on her legacy through the BOW program, sponsored by the AWF. You can contribute to the fund by following this link


Read the Current
Arizona Wildlife News 
AWN Vol 57, Issue 3, Fall 2015

Do you have an informative article that would interest our readers of the Arizona Wildlife News magazine? If so, we would like to read it. 

Please send it to  If approved your article will appear in the next available quarterly issue.